These SC stickers will let first responders know if you have diabetes, dementia, autism, or hearing impaired

The Kershaw County Sheriff's Office in South Carolina wants to help anyone who has dementia, diabetes, autism, or is hearing impaired. (Source: Facebook)
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Friday, May 3, 2019

KERSHAW COUNTY, SC (WRDW/WAGT) -- A sheriff's office in South Carolina has a unique way to let law enforcement officials know of any occupants inside cars who may not respond well to verbal commands.

The Kershaw County Sheriff's Office has released four types of stickers for cars: one for diabetics, one for people with autism, one for dementia or Alzheimers, and one for people who are hearing impaired.

The sheriff's office recently showed the stickers on their Facebook page.

"We would like to thank Harry Little (VitalCare and Carolina Motorsport EMS) for his assistance in making this available to the citizens of Kershaw County," the post said. "Harry is now the proud owner of the very first sticker."

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